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11 June, 16:24

California has a land area of 163,676 mi2 and a population of 39.51 million people. Find the population density of California to the nearest tenth.

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  1. 11 June, 16:30
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    population density=population/land area

    =39.51*10^6/163676

    241.39 people per mi^2
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